While some may find this hard to believe, sometimes the hardest part of creating one-of-a-kind jewelry designs comes at the very end of the process when I name the piece. Even if the piece conjures up a memory or feeling, the exact name is more elusive. I'm stumped. So, please help me name this set. It's made entirely with sterling silver, dreamy peach Coral and Chalcedony. Feel free to post a comment here, or email me if your bashful. Stay tuned for the name, coming soon!
4/1/2013 09:31:56 am
The earrings look like bells to me. As always beautiful Denise!
4/1/2013 12:35:59 pm
Thanks, Lois, for the nice compliment. Bells, I love that suggestion!
4/1/2013 11:58:56 am
Summer solstice, summer sunrise, Happy Hots, Coral sunrise or coral sunset,
4/1/2013 12:40:04 pm
Elizabeth! I should've known I could count on you...again. Many thanks. I'm going to pocket some of the extras for future designs.
4/2/2013 06:42:28 am
Thanks for jumping in there, Lois and Elizabeth. I went with the first suggestion I received. Pam Rex in San Francisco named this Desert Sunrise (posted on Facebook).
4/2/2013 07:21:40 am
Thank you Dee - I feel very honored!! Cheers!
12/23/2022 01:40:04 am
Thhanks great blog
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Dee Antil is a multifaceted woman much like the stones she uses in her artisan jewelry designs. She has worn many hats from nurse anesthetist to single mother, founder of non-profit art co-op, amateur photographer, orchid grower, exercise/nutrition enthusiast. She also loves design, fashion, and the sea.